I have Tailscale installed on my home router and an Azure VM. I like playing so my home network is segmented. The VM is sitting on a remote subnet, along with some storage so I can get occasional copies of backups off-site.
I’d prefer not to have the Azure storage available to all of the internet. I can set a firewall rule but my connection goes down a couple of times every day, and gets a new public IP every time. I’ve scripted the Azure Firewall rule change but Tailscale removes the need to expose anything, and I can connect to my home subnets when I’m not at home. A Subnet Router at each end works fantastically well.
Work pays for Azure and I’m using the Tailscale free tier. With the Tailscale licensing change, I can’t run 2 Subnet Routers at the same time. I’ve turned off one of the Subnet Routers so I’m in compliance with Tailscale licensing right now.
I was playing with getting to the Azure subnet without using a Subnet Router but realised this wouldn’t be in the spirit of complying with Tailscale’s license. In fact, I’m sorry to admit I started playing with Tailscale for free and didn’t think of licensing as it was only for me.
I’d be happy to pay for a Tailscale subscription but I’m the only user so I’m not sure which of the subscriptions I’d be eligible for. Personal Pro would technically solve things but the Azure part of my network is paid for by my employer so, again, it wouldn’t seem to be in the spirit of compliance.
Where could I check the details of the Personal Pro and Team licenses, to check which would be best for me?